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Old 02-01-2011, 11:13 PM
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Visa evidencing

We are planning to make an initial entry to Australia on 4th Feb 2011, air tickets have been confirmed. My children using the same passport with my wife but when I handled Autralian embassy in Hanoi for PR visa evidencing they just sticked my wife visa only, there are no visas for my children. I also forgot to check until today.*
Would any one please advice me URGENTLY wherther I need to obtain visa evidencing for my children in order to enter Australia. Can authorized people at airports of both sides (Vietnam and Australia) be able to use VEVO to check eligibility?*
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Old 02-02-2011, 06:12 AM
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I'm not too sure on children using the same passport as their mother and though that may be acceptable to some countries, I'm pretty sure that you'll find everyone, a child included needs their own passport,
Some details @ Travel Documents for Entry to Australia - Travelling to Australia - Border Security and links and no mention of children able to use a parents passport.

As for the visa they would have put one in your wife's passport if she was a secondary applicant and if the children were also in the visa application, you would need their passports to have their stickers put in.

The airlines can check the Immi computer system to allow people to board only if they have a valid visa but they may also require a valid passport to be produced for identification.





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